Betting On The New York Jets To Win The Super Bowl

The New York Jets

There has not been much life in betting on the New York Jets in recent years. They have not won the Super Bowl in over 50 years since back in 1966 and might not win another for another 50 years. The Jets made their 14th playoff appearance in 2010 and also own four division championships with just two in the Super Bowl era. The Jets have been a lost cause since then in terms of their odds having opened at +10000 or above in seven of the last ten seasons with their peak being +100000 in 2017.

The Jets have built a young core surrounding Zach Wilson and believe that they have done enough to compete for a Super Bowl in the near future. That includes a young receiving core made up of Elijah Moore and Garrett Wilson and a two-headed backfield including Michael Carter and Breece Hall. Until they start to grow into their own role though, the Jets will continue to have very long odds and Super Bowl 57 is no different.

When looking for any of the New York Jets betting odds, their info can be found on this page. Bettors will find the Jets Super Bowl odds, their odds to win the AFC Championship as well as their odds to win the AFC East division championship. There is also information on the New York Jets player props as well as their playoff history.

Jets Playoff Record By Round

  • Overall: 12-13
  • Wild Card: 6-5
  • Divisional Round: 4-4
  • Conference Championship: 1-4
  • Super Bowl: 0-1

New York Jets Playoff History

Playoff Appearances
1968, 1969, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1986, 1991, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010
Division Championships
1968, 1969, 1998, 2002
Conference Championships
Super Bowl Victories
1968 (III)
Super Bowl Losses
Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks
Joe Namath
Super Bowl Winning Coaches
Weeb Ewbank
Super Bowl MVPs1 Joe Namath
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What Are The New York Jets Odds To Win The Super Bowl?

The New York Jets have long been the bottom feeders of the NFL, however, after what many are considering to be the best draft of any team in the league, their Super Bowl odds have reflected that. Their odds have been shifting nonstop after opening at +10000 as they went up to +14000 before the draft and back down to under +13000 following the draft. Fueling the positive shift were their three first-round draft picks. They took Sauce Gardner at 4 after he had -145 odds to be the first defensive back, Garrett Wilson who had +115 odds to be the first receiver taken, and Jermaine Johnson whose draft total was set at 9.5.

What Are The New York Jets Odds To Win The AFC Championship?

The Jets last AFC Championship win was way back in 1968, however, they have made it back to the AFC Championship game on four occasions after that but failed to win. Their last appearances came back to back in 2010 and 2011. The Jets odds to win the AFC title opened and have remained as longshots just below +10000, but with a free agency period that brought in C.J. Uzomah, Lake Tomlinson, D.J. Reed, and Jordan Whitehead amongst many others, they could see a shift throughout the season. Despite a decent offseason though, this is now their second straight year opening at the +8000 mark and each of the last two season have seen their mid-season odds climb as high as +250000.

What are the New York Jets Odds To Win The AFC East?

The New York Jets last saw an AFC East championship back in 2002 when they had +220 odds of doing so. However, they have taken a steep fall since then and in recent years, they’ve opened up with longer odds to win the division at +1000 or more in five of the last six seasons. The only light to be shined here is that their preseason odds shortened from +2500 last season to +1800 prior to the 2022-23 season.

2023 New York Jets Betting Odds

New York Jets ATS Betting History

  • 2021: 6-11
  • 2020: 6-10
  • 2019: 7-9
  • 2018: 5-10-1
  • 2017: 6-6-1
  • 2016: 6-10

New York Jets Over/Under Betting History

  • 2021: 10-7
  • 2020: 7-9
  • 2019: 7-9
  • 2018: 10-6
  • 2017: 8-8
  • 2016: 7-9

Betting On The Jets In New York

Jets bettors have dozens of different sportsbook options at their disposal, although due to the hometown hero effect, they’ll want to use international online sportsbooks rather than the local ones. These international books, such as BetOnline, will feature better odds on local teams than a book catered specifically to local fans. In addition, New York features retail sportsbooks in many cities, including the following:

  • Bridgepoint
  • Buffalo
  • Chittenango
  • Hogansburg
  • Monticello
  • Nichols
  • Salamanca
  • Schenectady
  • Syracuse
  • Waterloo
Live Betting On The Jets

Placing bets on the Jets game is one thing. Placing live bets on the Jets is another. Even with placing very good bets prior to the game starting, online sportsbooks give you an option to where you can place some bets online during the gameplay. Basically, live betting is when you place a bet after the game has kicked off. Even after the game has kicked off, online betting sites give you multiple options when it comes to placing a bet during the Jets game. So do not feel bad if you missed placing a bet prior to the game starting, log in your sportsbook and place your best bet available.

Mobile Betting Apps For The Jets

Jets fans know-how are busy it is in New Jersey and that traffic can get in the way of when they get on. As long as you have a connection to the internet on your phone you can find ways to place your bets on your Jets team. iPhone or Android it doesn’t matter which one you have! You can connect to the internet and log on to your online sportsbooks with no problem at all!

2023 Jets Player Prop Bets

Super Bowl Betting Props

With lots of young talent on this team, especially on offense, it only makes sense that you’ll be able to find many different season-long player props on them. Zach Wilson will have player props for his total passing yards and passing touchdowns on the year, the receiving core, C.J. Uzomah, Garrett Wilson, and Elijah Moore will have props for total receiving yards and receiving touchdowns, and there might even be defensive props on Sauce Gardner, Quinnen Williams, and Jermaine Johnson.

Zach Wilson Passing Yards 2022 Reg. Season

  • Over 3750.5 -110
  • Under 3750.5 -120

For better or for worse, the New York Jets are tied to Zach Wilson’s success in order to be a threat. They have a legit team around him, but if he doesn’t take a step up in year 2, it won’t matter. Wilson’s yardage projections are heartening for Jets fans – 3750 yards is significantly more than the O/U for Ryan Tannehill, for example. However, Wilson is still young, and yardage often comes with mistakes.

Zach Wilson Passing INT's 2022 Reg. Season

  • Over 14.5 -115
  • Under 14.5 -115

Wilson threw eleven interceptions in the 2021 season, and he only played in 13 games. He was on pace to hit about this number if he played a full season, and that’s a worrying sign. The upside is that if he improved even a little bit, he wouldn’t be on pace to hit this number – this could be a solid under play if you have faith in Wilson’s offseason improvements.

Elijah Moore Rec Yards 2022 Reg. Season

  • Over 825.5 -115
  • Under 825.5 -115

Elijah Moore put up 538 yards in his rookie campaign, and that was while only playing in 11 games, and only starting in six. The rookie WR is clearly one of the more talented options on the team, it’s just a question of opportunity and the guy throwing to him. Last year, he was on pace for about 782 yards if he played every game, but that doesn’t take into account his increased role. Moore could be in line for a breakout season.

Betting On The New York Jets Rookies

Super Bowl 57 sportsbooks may not give the New York Jets as an organization great odds of winning any hardware during the 2022-23 season, but after highly rated 2022 NFL Draft it is possible that some of the Jets' rookies win some awards in 2022-23.

2022/2023 Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds

  • Breece Hall +750
  • Garrett Wilson +1000

2022/2023 Defensive Rookie of the Year Odds

  • Jermaine Johnson II +900
  • Ahmad Gardner+1000

New York Jets Season Specials

Sportsbooks host season specials bettors can wager on before Week 1. These specials vary from the Jets NY reaching the AFC Championship Game to Zach Wilson’s TD totals. Those looking to cash in betting on the Jets this season should take a look at some of these profitable season props at online sportsbooks.

Jets Specials Odds

  • Garrett Wilson And Elijah Moore Combined Over 1549.5 Reg Season Receiving Yards -110
  • NY Jets Over 350.5 Reg Season Points Scored EVEN
  • Zach Wilson To Have At Least 5 Passing TDs In Any Reg Season Game +350
  • Zach Wilson Over 3800.5 Reg Season Passing Yards And Elijah Moore Over 6.5 Receiving TDs +425
  • NY Jets To Beat NE Patriots, BUF Bills & MIA Dolphins At Least Once During The Reg Season +500
  • Breece Hall Over 999.5 Reg Season Rushing Yards And Over 8.5 Rushing TDs +1100
  • Breece Hall To Have The Most Rushing Yards In AFC East And NY Jets To Finish 1st Or 2nd In The Division +1600
  • Zach Wilson Over 22.5 Reg Season Passing TDs And NY Jets To Win AFC East +3500
  • NY Jets To Reach The AFC Championship Game +4000
  • NY Jets To Be AFC No.1 Seed +20000

New York Jets Odds History

Year: Super Bowl Odds: AFC Odds: AFC East Odds: Odds To Make Playoffs:
2022 +15000 +8000 +1800 +900 (TBD)
2021 +15000 +8000 +2500 +600 (Miss)
2020 +20000 +10000 +1000 +400 (Miss)
2019 +6000 +3000 +600 +240 (Miss)
2018 +20000 +5000 +1000 +550 (Miss)
2017 +100000 +50000 +20000 +4000 (Miss)
2016 +5000 +2500 +500 +275 (Miss)
2015 +10000 +5000 +1400 +350 (Miss)
2014 +6000 +2500 +800 +275 (Miss)
2013 +12500 +5000 +1600 +900 (Miss)

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New York Jets Playoff History

Since the Jets were established back in 1960, they have had their fair share of playoff runs. In their 80 years of existence, they have been able to put up 14 playoff berths which have included just four division titles, 1 conference championship and a Super Bowl victory.

Jets Playoff Appearances

The Jets saw their first playoff appearance eight years after they became apart of the NFL in 1968 under coach Weeb Ewbank. Ewbank took the Jets to just one more playoff appearance in 1969. They then went on a 12-year playoff drought and finally made it again in 1981 with Walt Michaels who also led them to one more in 1982. They saw two more appearances back to back in 1985 and 1986 under with Joe Walton calling the plays. Their next two playoff berths came in 1991 and 1998 under both Bruce Coslet and Bill Parcells. In the 2000s, Herm Edwards took over and led them to three playoff appearances between 2001 and 2005. Eric Mangini led them to one more appearance in 2006 and in 2009 and 2010, Rex Ryan led them to two more. The Jets are currently on a playoff dry spell.

Jets Division Championships

Of the Jets 14 playoff appearances, they have seen am inefficient four divisional championships. Their first two came in 1968 and 1969 under Weeb Ewbank calling the plays and Joe Namath under center. Bill Parcells led them to one more in 1998 with Vinny Testaverde under center. Their most recent one came in 2002 under Herm Edwards while Chad Pennington at quarterback.

Jets Conference Championships

The Jets have not won any conference championships in their existence but have made it to the conference championship game a total of three times. The first time in 1982 where they were defeated by the Miami Dolphins after being favored to win by 3-points under Walt Michaels. Their second and third appearances came in 2009 and 2010 during the Rex Ryan era where Mark Sanchez was the quarterback. In 2009 they lost to the Indianapolis Colts and were seen as 8.5-point underdogs. In 2010 they were defeated by the Pittsburgh Steelers and were seen as 4-point underdogs.

Jets Super Bowl Victories

The Jets have just one Super Bowl to their name that came way back in 1968 under Ween Ewbank. They took on the then Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III and defeated them with a final score of 16-7. The Jets defeated the odds here as they went into the game being seen as 18-point underdogs and were able to cover the spread in winning fashion. Joe Namath was given the Super Bowl MVP honors as he threw for 206 yards but did not throw for a touchdown.

1983 AFC Divisional Round: Jets Overcome Largest Playoff Deficit In Franchise History

The largest playoff deficit the Jets have overcome was just 11 points, against the Cincinnati Bengals on January 9, 1983 in the AFC Divisional Round. The Bengals took a 14-3 lead in the first quarter on two passing touchdowns from Ken Anderson; however, the Jets outscored the Bengals 41-3 from that point on, led by running back Freeman McNeil, who racked up 202 rushing yards and two touchdowns (including one passing touchdown, his only of his career). A 1-yard rushing touchdown from Dwayne Crutchfield culminated the Jets’ scoring, putting them ahead 44-17.